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system developing in the pacific, poised to hit us it weekend, namely on sunday. so don't let your guard down, especially up into the north bay and also for the coastline. flash flood watch will stay in effect from the national weather service until monday morning. again, we're going to track this next strong storm coming up a little later on in the show. >> eye-opening numbers, jeff. thank you. rain, saturation and flooding. it's a problem for several parts of the bay area. that's why there's concern going into this weekend. here now is nbc bay area's marianne favro from san jose. >> reporter: chain saws were needed to remove a large ash tray from the walk way of this los altos home. it came crashing down this morning thanks to heavy winds. high winds also caused this power pole to slope, causing high-voltage lines to sag here on alpine road near palo alto. not motorists had to defor more than an hour. if you weren't sitting and waiting if your car today, then you were likely getting splashed. this section of coleman road in san jose was covered with several inches of rain. just one of
sharing pictures with us like this one snapped in san francisco today. if you have storm photos send they're them our way to news tips at nbcbayarea.com. we are tracking a series of storms around the clock. stay with us for continuing coverage on air and online. we'll keep you updated tonight at 11:00 as well and 7:00 a.m. tomorrow. >>> a reported home invasion in the south bay continues to scare neighbors in the small town of montecerano. people are wried because the men who killed a homeowner are still at large. nbc bay area's kim terry has the story. we understand it's the first homicide there since 1972. >> reporter: 40 years. that has some neighbors and family and friends of the victims obviously concerned and wanting to find out who these people are, how long they spent inside of the couple's home, and police say they are still looking into whether this was targeted or random and say there could be as many as four suspects in this case. they got the call about 1:40 a.m. yesterday. police say a woman called telling them one had broken into their home, ransacked it and that she need h
used to call tomatoes love apples, i named my farm love apple farm because ah. harry love who a is kind of an interesting figure in california history built this house in 1885, my farmhouse. so between love apple and harry love the name stuck. cynthia sandberg grows tomatoes. but these are not just any tomatoes. you'll find more than 100 heirloom varieties on the vine, at her two acre biodynamic "love apple farm," in california's santa cruz mountains wine country. i feel wedded to them. today she's picking with david kinch, chef and owner of the highly acclaimed manresa restaurant. our restaurant and our cuisine we base it on finding the best products that we can possibly find. you know it's amazing. david's here to get the main ingredient for an all- heirloom tomato dinner later that night. you see a lot of heirloom tomatoes this time of the year, but you go to the farmers market and my opinion is, is that a lot of em' are not ripe. cynthia was the first grower i really found where she actually picked the tomatoes when they were really really ripe. it looks ripe from this side but ther
're not able to use mirassou as part of our business name. we're on the ghielmetti vineyard in livermore.while the mirrasou family grew grapes and made wine in san jose for decades, steven's father moved east to make wine in nearby livermore valley. livermore is one of the oldest wine growing regions in california.grapes were planted here in the 1840s much the same time as napa valley. we believe that mother nature didn't shine her light strictly on the napa valley, especially as far as cabernet is concernedand we believe that cabernet is one of those varietals that can really shine in this region.mary what we have in this particular barrel is some cabernet that we're producing from our home ranch vineyard. steven kent's mission as a winery is to produce cabernet as great as any in the world and, we're really excited about doing it from a valley that's had a great history and i think we'll have an even greater history as we move forward.it doesn't smell too young, it smells great.i'm really happy with this particular vintage. steven's rich family history gives him inspiration.this is the
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